Nigerian-born editor and DJ Oroma Elewa is currently a rising star in New York’s fashion circles. When she’s not hitting the town with Solange, or attending fashion week — where she always gets photographed — the former model and fou

nder of Pop’Africana Magazine can be found deejaying at parties crowded with New York’s fashion elite, or encouraging her “Romettes” to follow their dreams and write their personal manifestos on her site. Here’s a look at why we covet her style:

 

“Nowadays, originality and innovation goes as far as you can make it truly yours in

taste and approach.” -Oroma

 “ANNA WINTOUR LOVES ME” -Oroma

 Photos by Tamu McPherson

“I work, I hustle, I suffer and hardworking girls go thru hardworker’s shit. My sister isn’t famous, my boyfriend isn’t rich(yet) and I don’t live at home. Worked since 16 to be here and this shit isn’t easy.” -Oroma

Are you inspired yet?

 

3 Comments

 

  1. September 8, 2013  12:24 pm by Tsholo, THE KHOI-FRO

    I Have never been the needy type, but sometimes i see a spirit, and i need it... Love the looks, Need. :) http://thekhoifro.wordpress.com

  2. November 28, 2012  1:04 pm by Lynsey

    This is probably one our fiercest look books yet!

  3. November 28, 2012  10:29 am by luvuyo

    great style

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